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Fern Tree Hut

Black-and-white photograph of rustic hut built amid fern trees on walking track at Mount Wellington, two figures walking across timber bridge amid fern fronds

Ruins of church at Port Arthur

Black-and-white photograph shows ruins of the church at Port Arthur, damaged by fire in 1884,with charred timber framework in the roof, remnant shingles on the roof and climbing plants covering the sandstone of the church walls. Handwritten words ...

Elevated view of church ruins at Port Arthur

Black-and-white photograph shows elevated view of ruined church at Port Arthur, including charred timber roof framework; with view of waterfront and other buildings on Port Arthur site; cut hay is drying in paddock at front of church.

Sandy Bay Road looking towards Hobart

Black-and-white photograph shows Sandy Bay Road, with tram tracks on riverside of road, electric wires for Hobart Electric Tramway, carriage wheelmarks in the unpaved road surface, electricity transmission wires strung from poles mounted with porc...

Representatives Conference, Cadbury 1922

Representatives Conference 1922. Left to right. Back: JC Tankard, JF Jeffrey, JP Wilson, JH Cooper, VC Smith, JE Cooper, DC Vernon, H Hives, JP Whitworth, WH Clark. Front: JA Ersjine, J Coley, WH Palmer, EA Clarke, N Benson, WH Lees, S Lees, W Co...

Cricket team

Cricket team: W Cooper, HG Kelly, C Freido, J Williams, Eddie Frappell, Basil Wells, H Colbourne, TE Cooper, L Davis, Willis ? Poor quality photograph.

Champion daffodil

Newspaper cutting of article and photograph of Mr W Jackson who took four of the five major awards in the Cadbury’s Floricultural Society’s Spring show at Claremont.

Women on a break

Women seated on grass, Left to right. Back row: Gladys Watson, Lil Barwick, Bealtie Smith. Middle row: Joyce Barwick, others unknown. Front row: unknown

Brother saved Brother

Continuation of article from the Mercury newspaper describing how Alan White (seven years of age) saved his younger brother from drowning in the Derwent River at Claremont, June 1933.

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